It’s an aromatic and dense balsamic made with passion and attentive perseverance by a family owned estate in the heart of Modena. Sua Maestà Denso Dolce is a clear, bright, and dark brown balsamic with an intense yet delicate flavor followed by wood notes. It is characterized by a low 4% acidity with a taste that is bittersweet, well balanced, and pleasant. Aging takes place for long periods in wood barrels contributing to a denser, sweeter and less acidic balsamic vinegar.
Balsamic Vinegar Sua Maestà combines elegance with sensuality, originality, and deliciousness. Its exceptional density (1.33) and its unique sweetness make it an extremely versatile product, which goes well with meats, vegetables, fruits and fish, cheese.
The luxurious bottle exhibits Balsamic Vinegar Sua Maestà’s artistic and culinary masterpiece with a symphony of exquisite flavors and aromas. Zero artificial, zero additives, non GMO, naturally glutenfree.
Balsamic Vinegar Sua Maestà is produced in Modena where you can found an abundance of grapes with just the right concentration of sugars and acidity.
About the Brand
Balsamic Vinegar Sua Maestà is produced by Bellei. Despite the strong commercial expansion, the management of the company still retains a familiar character. Mr. Bellei, expert of grapes and all the resulting products, has transmitted its experience and philosophy respecting the quality and genuineness of the raw materials to all those who follow the production guaranteeing a constant quality of the product and the purchases of strictly controlled raw materials. The daughter Mariangela Bellei, on the other hand, follows the sales and commercial policy of the whole company and today the third generation of grandchildren is ready to receive the heritage of the tradition of the balsamic vinegar.
Ingredients of Balsamic Vinegar Sua Maestà
Cooked grape must with a hint of a vintner’s wine vinegar, contains naturally occurring sulfites.
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